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The Always in View® portable baby monitor is the inaugural product in the Infanttech® family. This monitor is the only one on the market that truly gives parents the ability to keep their eyes on their most precious cargo at all times. Rather than be constrained by the traditional video monitor that adheres permanently to the bedroom wall, the Always in View® video monitor was designed from the ground up to allow parents to take it with them anywhere. Even in the car.

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Always In View®

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How does Always In View® keep your baby safe?

  • The most versatile video baby monitor
  • The only 100% wireless baby monitoring system for car, home, and on the go.
  • Multiple mounting positions to fit your growing family.
  • Easy positioning for the perfect viewing angle.
  • Color 3.5” or 4.3” Split Screen LCD display monitor.
  • High resolution camera with night vision so you can see your baby day & night.
  • Reduces distracted driving.
  • The only 100% wireless baby monitoring system for cars.
  • Multiple mounting positions to fit your growing family.
  • Easy positioning for the perfect viewing angle.
  • Color 3.5” LCD display monitor.
  • High resolution camera with night vision so you can see your baby day & night.
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BABY SAFETY

AIV is the only product in its category that passed a crash test based on FMVSS213 (Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard).  That means AIV will not become a projectile in the event of an accident.

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